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Game Boy Tube Dress Perfect for Retro Gamer Girls

by Paul Strauss

You know me, slap some retro Nintendo stuff on anything, and I’ll probably write about it. Actually, no. It actually has to be cool. Here’s a little something for you gamer grlz out there who have a fond place in your hearts for your old Nintendo Game Boy.


Textile crafter Amber over at Sew-Oeno is seen here modeling her latest creation, the Nintendo Game Boy tube dress. It’s made out of a gray knit fabric and embellished with the familiar red and black buttons and grey screen of the classic 8-bit handheld.

While it’s not as functional as say, the actual working Game Boy costume, it is pretty cool for someone who can actually fit into a tube dress. And while you’ll probably wear this thing with black tights underneath, you could always wear a pair Space Invaders tights with them if you feel really confident.

The medium-sized Game Boy tube dress can be found over at Sew-Oeno’s Etsy shop for $60 (USD). She’ll also quote you for one in your size if you drop her a note.

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  1. Bizorke says:

    Can I play?

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